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FOREWORD 

This is me, Eloise, and, well — here I am at St. Mary's. 
I am mostly a typical St. Mary's girl except that nobody 
else has a pet turtle, but everybody just LOVES Skipper- 
dee. And here's the thing — I just love, love, love being 
here 'cause it's so different from the Plara! -Mostly I 
skibble up and down steps, go places, do things, see 
people, and have fun, fun, fun. I wish I could stay here 
forever but anyhow I know I'll just love my visit. ( I don't 
have to study or anything 'cause I'm just six and anyhow 
I know all about things. I 







DEDICATION 




"•' *• 




Her friendliness, her love for St. Mary's, and her interest and help 
to students have made Mrs. Evie Callahan admired and loved by all. To 
her we proudly dedicate the 1960 Stage Coach. 



CONTENTS 



ADMINISTRATION 




13 



NIZATIONS 53 



SPORTS 75 



FEATURES 83 



ADVERTISEMENTS 97 




ATION 




RICHARD G. STONE 
President 

A. 13., Western Maryland College; Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University; L.H.D.. 
Western Maryland College. Saint Mary's, I946-. 



Dr. Stone, during his presidency, has spent much time working for the 
improvement and continued success of St. Mary's. He has seen our problems 
as thev have arisen throughout the year and has been patient and under- 
standing in helping us solve them. He will always be remembered by 

St. Mary's students with respect and admiration. 




Miss Edith A. Richardson, Dean of Stu- 
dents, will be remembered by all with lov- 
ing gratitude for her interest in and love 
for every St. Mary's student and for her 
untiring efforts on their behalf. Miss "R" 
is always willing to give understanding 
counsel to any student who seeks her advice. 



Dr. Moultrie Guerry, our chaplain, teach- 
er, counselor, and friend, lifts the spirits of 
all who come in contact with him with his 
warming smile and helping hand. In the 
chapel and in the classroom Dr. Guerry 
aids and inspires St. Mary's students to 
achieve the best in life. 




FACULTY 




Doris S. Bailey Physical Education 

B.S. Texas University for Women; Jacobs Pillow Uni- 
versity of Dance. St. Mary's, 1U57-. 

Elizabeth Bason Howe Economics 

A.B., Flora Macdonald College; M.A., Columbia Uni- 
versity. St. Mary's, 1924-. 

Ernestine Boineau Commercial Subjects 

A. B.j Winthrop College; further study at Southern Busi- 
ness University and Appalachian State Teachers College. 
St. Mary's, 1950-. 

Janet R. Broughton Mathematics and French 

A.B., Lindenwood College; M.A., Oberlin College. St. 
Mary's, 1940-. 

Russell Broughton Organ, Harmony, History of Music 
Mus.B., Mus.M., Oberlin College; Fellow of the American 
Guild of Organists; Pi Kappa Lambda Estey Scholarship, 
Conservatoire Americain Fontainebleau ; pupil in organ of 
George Whitfield Andrews. Henri Libert; in theory of A. E. 
Heacox ; in composition of G. W. Andrews, Nadi Boulanger ; 
in improvisation of Marcel Dupre. St. Mary's 1940-. 

Helen Able Brown Librarian 

A.B., M.A., Middlebury College; further study in Uni 
versidad de Mexico, Mexico, D.F. ; A.B. in Library Science. 
University of Michigan. St. Mary's, 1934-. 

Mary Johnson Brown Assistant Librarian 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A.. West Virginia University. 
St. Mary's, 1952-. 

Owens Hand Brown Chemistry 

B.S., North Carolina State College; Ph.D.. The Johns 
Hopkins University. St. Mary's, 1950-. 

Carl F. Cannon, Jr. History and Government 

Newport News Business; University of Virginia; A. A.. 
Mars Hill Junior College; B.A., M.A., Duke University. 
St. Mary's, 1957-. 

Geraldine Spinks Cate Voice and Glee Club 

A.B., University of South Carolina; Mus.B., West- 
minster Choir College; M.A., in Music, Teachers College, 
Columbia University; pupil of Julie Bell Soudant. St. 
Mary's, I940-. 

Louise Keith Cell English 

B.A., Texas State College for Women; M.A., Southern 
Methodist University. St. Mary's, 1952-. 

Florence Jean Eggert Spanish and English 

A.B.. M.A., University of Kansas. St. Mary's, 1957-. 

Mary Oliver Ellington Hygiene and English 

Peace Junior College; B.S., Long-wood College; Duke 
University; M.S., North Carolina State College. St. Mary's, 
1957-. 

Moultrie Guerry Bible 

B.A.. The University of the South; B.D., Virginia Theo- 
logical Seminary; D.D.. Virginia Theological Seminary. 
St. Mary's, 1957-. 

William C, Guess Economics 

A.B., University of North Carolina; M.A., The Johns 
Hopkins University. St. Mary's, 1928-. 

Mary Ruth Haig Piano 

De Pauw University School of Music; graduate in piano. 



pupil of James Friskin, Julliard School of Music; B.S., in 
Music Education, Teachers College, Columbia University; 
M.S., in Piano, Julliard School of Music; pupil of Sascha 
Gorodnitzki, pupil of Robert and Graby Casadusus, Con- 
servatoire Americain, Fontainebleau. St. Mary's, I937-. 

Lawrence E. Hinkle Latin 

A.B., University of Colorado; M.A., Columbia University; 
D.S. es Latin, Dijon University. St. Mary's, 1955-. 

Susanne J. Jacobus Biology 

A.B., Salem College; M.S., University of Michigan; Cor- 
nell University, Critic Teacher, Science Teacher Training 
Program. St. Mary's, 1953-. 

Annie Ruth Linberry Mathematics 

A.B. Meredith College; M.A., Columbia University. St. 
Mary's, 1927-. 

Sara Ester Jones English 

B.S., Asheville College; M.S., George Peabody College 
for Teachers. St. Mary's, 1947-. 

Mrs. Charles H. Kahn Accompanist 

B.S. in Music, Meredith. St. Mary's, 1959-. 

Jane Lloyd Physical Education 

B.S., Mary Washington College; Graduate work at Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. St. Mary's, 1957-. 

Walter Meeks Spanish and French 

B.A., M.A.j University of Alabama; University of 

Rennes ; University of North Carolina. St. Mary's, 1959. 

Mabel Margaret Morrison History and Geography 

A.B., M.A., Dalhousie University; Ph.D., University of 
Tornto. St. Mary's, 1929-. 

Eugene F. Parker German and Spanish 

B.S., Norwich University; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard Uni- 
versity. St. Mary's, 19 17-. 

Donald Perry Piano and Theory 

Mus.B., Oberlin College; M.A.. Teachers College, Co- 
lumbia University; pupil of Rosalyn Tureck and Frank 
Sheridan. New York; Adjudicator, National Guild of 
Auditions. St. Mary's, 1940-11; 19-1-1-. 

Carolyn Peacock Poole English and History 

A.B., Meredith College; M.A., Oberlin College. St. 
Mary's, 1953-. 

Herbert Shellans Sociology 

B.A., Brooklyn College, N. Y. ; M.A., University of 

North Carolina; Further graduate study. University of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's, 1959-. 

Julienne Mongin Smith French and Spanish 

A.B., M.A., University of South Carolina; Certificat 
D'Etudes, Sorbonne, Paris. St. Mary's, 19-17-. 

Nancy C. Stamey Speech and Drama 

Graduate of Columbia College of Speech and Drama. 
St. Mary's. 1957. 

John N. Tate, Jr. English 

B.A., Louisiana State University; M.A., University of 
North Carolina. St. Mary's, 1 957-. 

Margaret C. Williams Art and Art History 

A.B., M.A., Woman's College of the University of North 
Carolina. St. Marv's, 1956-. 




STAFF 



Bessie B. Brown 

In charge of Book Store and Post Offic 

Katie Bi'llock 

Assistant Dietitian 



Evie Callahan 

Housekeeper 

Nell Ruth Jewell, R.N. 
Resident Nurse 



Julia Jordan 
Secretary 

Mattie Parker Ravneii 
Hostess 



Chauncey L. Royster 

Physician 

Margaret Sasser 
Assistant Hostess 



Mary Lewis Sasser 
Secretary 

Macy Seagroves 
Nurse 



Stella T. Smith 

Switchboard Operator 

Della B. Truitt 
Dietitian 



Elizabeth G. Tucker 

Secretary to the President 

Frances Vann 
Secretary 



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The beloved memory of Mrs. William C. Guess who un- 
selfishly dedicated her time and talents in service to St. 
Mary's will ever be cherished by all who knew her. Her 
greetings and her smiles made sunshine in the shadows, and 
the heart could sing at the sight of her. With a deep sense 
of loss we will forever remember her radiant personality 
and her generous contributions to St. Mary's. 



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SOMETIMES WE 



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Are kind to dogs 



Meet the president 



Get acquainted 




Visit the chaplain 






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Relax ! 



Tell itur supressed desire? 



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CLASSES 



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Senior Class Officers 




Webber Bell 
President 




Susan Murphey 
Vice-President 




Margaret Ruffin 
Secretary 



Jane Tarlton 

Treasurer 



Here I am, a dignified, studious, and (extremely intellec- 
tual ???) senior. I can usually be found taking the usual five 
hour snooze in one of the spacious Penick suites. If one is lucky 
she might even find me explaining to my underclassmen children 
that they cannot take a meal cut for breakfast every morning. 
My time is occupied by many different things. I sleep, smoke, 
drink cokes, and then there is always sleeping, smoking, and 
drinking cokes, cokes, cokes! The remainder of my time is spent 
(not studying), but trying to figure out the lowest possible grade 
I can make and still be able to graduate. I've enjoyed my stay 
at St. Mary's, and I really hate to leave. Of course, there is a 
possibility that I'll be around here for a few more years trying 
to pick up a quality point here and there. 



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SENIORS 



JOHANNA McKEVLIN ADLER Raleigh, N. C. 

Little Mother . . . Sincerity . . . Understanding 
"Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness . . . a fitting 

combination" 
Mnxe 58-'59; Dramatics Club '58-'59j S.M.J.C. Pub- 
licity Chairman '68-'S9j Stags Coach Editorial Staff 
'58-'60; Broughton Day Committee \59-'o'0; Stage Coach 
Business Staff '59-'60j Sigma. 



EMILY WESCOTT ANDERSON Wilson, N. C. 

Midnight Rider . . . "Bim" . . . Petite 
"Infinite Riches in a little room." 
Canterbury Club '58-'59; May Day \58-\59; Granddaugh- 
ters' Club 'S8-'60; Belles Staff '39-'60j Y.W.C.A. '59-'60i 
Sigma 





Wilson, N. 
Mother 
ed in a ■word.' 



MARTHA VIRGINIA ANDERSON' 
"V.A." . . . Ex-Queen . . 
"Tenderness too deep to he gathe 

Stage Coach Business Staff 'S6-07; BelUs Staff 'S(i-'57; 
Stage Coach Editorial Staff '.59-'l>0; Altar Guild '59-'(i<>; 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'59j Y.R.C. '58-'60; "Cold Cuts" '58-'60j 
Chairman of Constitution Committee '59-60; Mil. 



CAROLINE WINDER ASHFORD New Bern, X. C. 
Sonny . . . Fifth Generation . . . Intellectual 
"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." 
Belles Staff \57-\M, \59-'(SO, Business Manager '.59-'(>0; 
Stage Coach Editorial Staff \5(i-'57, \58-'59; Y.D.C. 
'58-'60, Secretary-Treasurer '58-'B9; Granddaughters' Club 
'5fi-'60, President '69-'60; Doctors' Daughters' Club 
'56-'60; Hall Counselor '59-'60; Altar Guild 'S6-60; Mn. 





EDITH TESSA BADE Greensboro, X. ('. 

Rosy cheeks . . . "Press" . . . Witty 
"As good nritnred o soul as ere trod on shoe of leather." 
Glee Club '58-59; Senior Little Store Committee '59-'60; 
llelles Staff '59-'60 ; Altar Guild '59-'60, Chairman of 
Flower Committee; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH GRAHAM BECKWITH Raleigh, X. C. 
Sparkling . . . Sincere . . . Betsy 
"Ellen, the window of the soul." 

Granddaughters' Club '.5o'-'(i0; Y.D.C. '56-'57; Y.W.C.A. 

'.58-'(i0; Broughton Day Committee \5fi-\58; Stage Coach 

Business Staff '.57-'S8, '59-'60; Sigma. 




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SENIORS 






HANNAH DEWEY BELL Goldsboro, N. ( 

Versatile . . . Big Smile . . . Real Blonde 
"As you are woman, no be lovely" 
Dramatics Club '58-'60; Basketball '68-'60; Volleyba, 
'58-'S9i Granddaughters' C'luh '.58-'59; Badminton '58-'Sl 
All Star '58-'59; "Cold Cuts'" '58-'60; "Madwoman ( 
Chaillot" '58-'59; Letter Club '59-'60; Ping-Pong '58-5 
All Star '58-'59; May Day \58-'59; Softball '58-'59, A 
Star '58-59; Bridge '58-'69; Stack Coach Editorial Sta 
'59-'60j Athletic Council '59-'60; Senior Little Store Con 
mittee '59-'«0; Soccer '59-'B0, All Star '59-'fi0; Y.R.( 
'SH-'on; Belles Staff 'S9-'60; May Court "(if) ; Preside! 
of Striata* '59-'60; Sigma. 



MARY WEBBER BELL Goldsboro, N. ( 

Engaged . . . Organizer . . . Popular 
"... and, departing leave behind us footprint* on tl 

sands <tf time," 
Granddaughters 1 Club '58-'60; Dramatics Club '58-'o'( 
Y.U.C. '68-60; Alumnae Editor, Ileitis '69-'80; Studer 
Alumnae Representative '59-'60; Letter Club *59-6t 
Legislative Body '59-'60; President of Senior Cla; 
'59-60; Hall Counselor '59-'60; Circle '59-'60; Handboc 
Committee '59-'fio; Bridge '58-'59; Softball '58- - 5i 
Basketball '59-'60; Soccer '59-'60j "Cold Cuts" '88-ffl 
Sigma. 



MARY NEAL BOLCH Marion, N. (| 

Drummer . . . "Blotch" . . . Poetic 
"A rare compound of seriousness, frolic, find fun." 
Utiles Staff '58-'li(l; Hall Counselor '59-60; Altar Guil 
'59-'(iO; Letter Club \59-'fiO; Muse Staff '59-'60j Stac 
Coach Staff \58-"60; Granddaughters' Club '5S-'6( 
Canterbury Culb '58-'59; Chairman of Senior Little Stoi 
Committee" 'S9-'60; Vice-President of Mu's '69-'60; Atl 
letic Council '59-'60; Tennis Alt Star "58-"59; Soccer A 
Star '59-'60; "Cold Cuts" '58-'60; Secretary '59-'60; Circ 
\59-'(>l>; Mil 



BLANCHE BAKER BONNER Greensboro. N. ( 

Conscientious . . . Reserved . . . Sweet 
"Unassuming, yet no! lacking courage for a worti 

rouse." 

Granddaughters' Club '68-'60; Doctors' Daughters' Ch 
'58-'60; Stack Coach Business Staff '58-'60; Y.W.CLi 
'59-'60; Secretary of Student Government '59-'60; Sec 
tary of Honor Council 'S9-'60; Hall Counselor '59-' 
Circle '59-'(>0; Sigma. 



ANNE WILSON ROSTWICK Richmond, V 

Johnny . . . Going up? . . . Cute 
"J lit/lit heart lives long." 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'60; Stage Coach Business Staff '58-"6l 
Belles Staff '68-60; Headlines Editor '69-'60; Tenn 
'58-'69; Hall Counselor '59-'(i0; Sigma. 



TENNYS THORNTON BOWERS Washington. N. 
History Major . . . Dates . . . Clothes 
"Iter et/es are stars of twilight fair. 
Like twilight, too. her dusky hair." 
Granddaughters' Club '.58-'60; Belles Staff '59-'fin; Dr 
matics Club '59-'60; Stage Coach Editorial Staff '59-' 
Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



BONNIE TULL BRINSEH Richmond, Va. 

Richmond Drawl . . . Charlie . . . Artistic 

"The most effective coquetry is innocence." 

Glee Club \58-'59; Ensemble '58-'59; Belles Staff '59-'60; 

jftt Cheerleader '59-'60; May Court '60; Mu. 



MARJORIE McDANIBL BRYAN Goldsboro, N. C. 

Lovely . . . Dimples . . . Neat 
Intellect and grace and beauty doth join together to 

make a perfect woman." 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'60; Dramatics Club \58-'59; Canterbury 
Club '58-'59; Student Government Nominating Commit- 
tee '58-'59; Y.D.C. '58-'59; Hall Counselor '59-'60; Sit/ma 
Cheerleader '58-'60; Altar Guild \59-'60; Chief Marshal 
59-'60; May Court '59, '60; Circle '59-'60; Sigma. 





REBECCA ROBERTS BULLOCK Raleigh, N. C. 

Brilliant . . . Originality . . . Dry Wit 
"The pen is the tongue of the mind." 
Muse Staff '58-'60, Editor '59- '60; Hall Council '59-'60; 
Canterbury Club '58-'60, Vice-President '59-'60; Belles 
Staff \59-'60; Stage Coach Business Staff '59-'60; Tennis 
'58-'59; Badminton \58-'59; Y.D.C. \58-'59; Volleyball 
'S9-'60; Softball '60; Broughton Day Committee '59-'60; 
Mu. 



BEVERLY ANNE BUNN Winston-Salem, N. C. 

"Bunn" . . . Good Natured . . . Efficient 
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." 
Legislative Body '58-'59, Student Government Nominat- 
ing Committee '68-69; Muse Staff \59-'60; Hall Counselor 
'59-'60; Secretary of Hall Council '59-'«0; Altar Guild 
'59-'60; Badminton '59-'60; Circle '59-'60; Sigma. 




SHARON HENRIETTA CATES Raleigh, N. C. 

Beauty . . . Poised . . . Stately 
"// eyes were made for seeing, then beauty has its own 

excuse for being." 
Dramatics Club '58-'59; Stage Coach Business Staff 
'69-'60; Posture Queen \59-'60; May Court '59, Maid of 
Honor '60; Sigma. 



MARY GLASGOW CHILES Sanford, N. C. 

Ken . . . "Darlin" . . . wholesome 
"Sail to thee, blithe spirit." 
Stage Coach Editorial Staff '59-'S0; Doctors' Daughters' 
Club \58-'60; Belles Staff \59-'60; Altar Guild \59-'60; 
Granddaughters' Club \58-'60; Dramatics Club \58-\59; 
Y.R.C. '58-'<>0; Mu Cheerleader '59-'«0; Dance Marshal 
'58-'59; Marshal \59-'60; Mu. 





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SENIORS 






CAROLINE WHITEHEAD CI. AUK Tarboro, \. C. 
Charm personified . . . "Fuzzy" . . . Flustered 
"Earth's noblest thing, a woman perfected'* 
Y.W.C.A. '06-'S8; Y.It.C. '56-'57; Muse Stuff \5G-\57; 
Dramatics Club '5G-51; Swimming C'lul) '58-'60; I-etter 
Club '68-'60; Altar Guild 'S9-'60i Hall Counselor '59- - 60 
Chief Dance Marshal '.59-'(in ; Mu Cheerleader '59-'S0; 
May Queen '60; Circle '60; Mu. 



BARBARA MILLS CLARKE Columbia, S. C 

Witty . . . Air Force . . . Intellectual 

"Knowledge is proud that she knows so much 

Wisdom is humble that she knows so little," 

Hall Counselor 'Sfl-'fiO; Stack Coach Editorial Staff 

'58-'(i0; Belles Staff \59-'G0, Assistant Business Manap 

'.59-'()0; Altar Guild 'S9-'60; Dramatics Club '58-\59: 

Sigma. 



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SANDRA JEAN' COBB Fay 

Gypsy . . . Red bead . . . D 
"Pleasures afford more delight when shared with oth 
Y.W.C.A. \58-'<i0; Altar Guild '59-'60; May Day '59; 
Dramatics Club '5S-'6(I; Muse Staff '59-'60; Glee Chit) 
\58-\59; "Skin of Our Teeth" '59-'60; Y.D.C. •59-'«0; 
Canterbury Club '58t'59; Sigma. 



FRANCES ROGERS COCKRILL Little Rock, Ark 

Vanderbilt . . . Attractive . . . Clever . . . 
''There is great ability in knowing how to conceal one'* 

ability," 
Canterbury Club '08-'59; Y.W.C.A. 'SS-'fifl; May Da> 
'59; Tumbling All Star '59-'60; Mu. 



ELIZABETH WOODARD COPELAND 

Kinston, 



X. C 



Talkative 

rain . 
'58-'69 : 



Casual 



"Top Drawer" 

"Who loves Hi 
Stage Coach Business Staff \58-\59: Y.W.C.A. \58-'59 
Mu Cheerleader \58-'60; Y.R.C. "58-'.59; Marshal "59-'60 
Hall Counselor '59-'60; May Court '60; Mu. 



JUDITH CRIPPEN Jacksonville, Fla 

Judy . . . Spanish Scholar . . . love lit. 

"Wit is the salt of conversation, not the food." 

Belles Staff '59-lin ; Altar Guild 'S9-'60; Y.W.C.A. \58-'60 

Soccer '59-'60; Basketball '69-'60; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



ANNA CLARK DAMERON Marion, N. C. 

"Nan" . . . Hillbilly . . . Windsong fan 
'•Wearing all that weight of learning lightly like a flower." 
Stage Coach Editorial Staff '58-'60, Editor '59-'60; 
Granddaughters' Club 'S8-'60; Student Government Nomi- 
nating Committee '58-'59; May Day '5!); Dramatics Club 
'58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Muse Staff '59-'60; Belles Staff 
\58-\59; Altar Guild '59-'(>0, Head Crueifier '59-'(i(>; Bridge 
'59-'60; Volleyball \59-'6'0; Tennis '58-'S9j Y.D.C. '59-'60; 
Elections Committee '59-'60; Hall Counselor '59-'60; "Cold 
Cuts" '58-'C0, Publicity Chairman '59-'60; Sigma. 



FRANCES CARLTON DAVIS Durham, N. C. 

"Frankie" . . . Funny . . . swinging 
"/ never let studying interfere with nig education!" 
Orchesis '59-'60; May Day '59-'60; Dramatics Club '58- 
'(iO; Madwoman of ChaillotJ Skin of Our Teeth; Sigma 
Cheerleader '58-'60; Stage Coach Editorial Staff '58-60; 
Letter Club '59-60; Tumbling All Star '58-'60; Swimming 
All Star '58-'60; Tennis '58-'59j Bridge '59-'60; Glee Club 
\58-'59; Choir '58-'60; Sigma. 





Lexington, N. C. 

snow bound ! 



JULIE LYNN DAYVAULT 
Impish . . . Fun-loving 
"Her smile, her speech, her winning wag. 
Wiled old trouble's mood away." 
Hall Counselor '59-'(i0; Belles Staff '59-'fi0; Altar Guild 
»59-'60; Y.W.C A. 'SS-'fiO ; Senior Little Store Committee 
'59-'60; Sigma. 



MARY WEBBER DEWEY Goldsboro, N. C. 

Mollie . . . Pretty . . . Phone calls 
"./ (laughter of the gods, divinely tall, ami most divinely 

fair." 
Marshal '59-'60; Granddaughters' Club '58-'60; Belles 
Staff '.59-'<iO; Altar Guild '.M-'h'O; Y.R.C. '58-'fiO; Y.W.C.A. 
'59-'fi0; May Court '60; Sii/ma. 





DIANE GREER DICKERSON Lexington, N. C. 

Fashionable . . . Party Girl . . . Cute 

"Woman is a miracle of divine contradiction," 

Dramatics Club '58-'59; Senior Little Store Committee 

'59-'(i0; Sigma Cheerleader \59-'60; Orchesis '59-60; May 

Day '59, '60; Sigma. 



SUSAN FARNHAM DODD Suffolk, Va. 

"A light heart lives long." 
Pretty hair . . . pleasant . . . "Smut" 
Stage Coach Business Staff '56-57; Dramatics Club 
'ofi-'58; Glee Club '56-'58; Choir '59-'60; Altar Guild 
'59-'(i0; Letter Club '67-'60; Swimming Club '68-'60; 
Belles Staff '.58-'59; Swimming All Star '58-'59; Volley- 
ball All Star \57-'58; Bridge All Star '59-'60; Stoma' 





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SENIORS 




Bethel, N. C. 



MARY ETHEL EDMONDSON 

Quiet . . . Generous . . . Hilly 

"Silence iV more musical than any song" 

Canterbury Club '5H-'59; Y.W.C.A. '59-'6'0; Dramatics 

Club '59-60; Skin of Our Teeth '59-60; Altar Guild 

'59-'60j Senior Little Store Committee '59-'60j Sigma. 



JOSEPHINE PEOPLES EHRINGHAUS 

Raleigh, N. C. 
"Jools" . . . Jose . . . Sophisticated 
"The heart hn* its reasons whirh reason cannot know." 
Stage Coach Business Staff '56-58; Canterbury Club 
'56-'58j Granddaughters' Club '56-'60; May Day '59, 'b'O; 
Student Government Nominating Committee '5f>-'58; 
Bridge '58-\59; Bowling '57-'59; Legislative Body '58-'ST; 
Sigma 



FAYE FRANCES FAKLER Raleigh. N. C. 

Studious . . . Good Natured . . . Friendly 

"She's one in a million with her values untold." 

Glee Club '58-'60; Dramatics Club '58-'60s Y.D.C. "59-'60; 

Si// ma. 



BARBARA MOORE FLETCHER Durham, N. C. 

Sincere . . . Fun-loving . . . Talented 
''Her character like her shining glory i* self evident." 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'60; Glee Club \58-'b'0; Ensemble '59-'60; 
Choir 'S9-'li0; Altar Guild '59-'60, Acolyte '.59-'80; Hall 
Counselor '59-'60; Belles Staff '59-'60; Granddaughters' 
Cluh 'S8-'B9; Assembly Chairman 'S9-'60j Softball '58-\59; 
May Day '59; Circle '60; Sigma. 



Elizabeth Bea Foote Atlanta, Ga. 

Bea . . . Sweet . . . Cheerful 
"Kindness in the golden chain by which society is hound 

together." 
Glee Club \58-\59; Canterbury Club '58-59 ; May Day '59; 
Hall Counselor '59-'60; Y.W.C.A. 'S9-'60j Sigma. 



Naxcy Paulixe Fti.kersox Pensacola, Fla. 

"Polly" . . . our leader . . . Van 

"How far that little candle thrown its beams 

So shines a good deed in a naughty world." 

Dramatics Club '58-'59; Y.D.C. '58-'59; Secretary of 

Junior Class *58-'59; Constitution Committee "58-'60; 

Y.W.C.A. '59-'(i0; Altar Guild 'S9-'60; President of 

Student Government '59-'60; Chairman of Honor Council 

'69-'60; Legislative Body '59-'60; Hall Counselor "59-'6'0; 

Handbook Committee '59-'6Y>; Circle \58-'60; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



EUGENIA HOYT GLOVER Williamston, N. C. 

"Genie" . . . Nice . . . Thoughtful 
"Her ways are pleasantness and all her paths are peace." 
Canterbury Club \58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '59-'(M; Altar Guild 
'o9-'b'0; Granddaughters' Club '59-'60; Dramatics Club 
'M-'b'O; Skin of Our Teeth '59-'60; Sigma. 



MADGE URQUHART GREGORY Little Rock, Ark. 

Bubbly . . . Dear . . . Naive 
"Nothing sets a person .to far out of the devil's reach 

ax humility." 
Honor Council '58-'60; Hall Counselor '59-'u'0 ; Letter 
Club '58-'(i0; Orchesis \58-'60; Tumbling All Star '58-'60; 
May Day 'S9-'u'0; Dramatics Club '58-'0'0; Granddaugh- 
ters' Club 'S8-'60; Circle '59-'S0; Mil. 





I.1BBY ANN HATLEY Durham, N. C. 

Lovable . . . Well-dressed . . . the gentlest beart 
"Good nature is the sign of a large and generous soul." 
Dramatics Club '58-'60; Y.W.C.A. '«9-'60j Skin of Our 
Teeth 'S9-'60j Sigma. 



DORIS ANN HAUSER 

Interested . . . Organized 



Favetteville, N. C. 
. Red-bead 



"Her hair was read, her smile was gag. 
She had a merry winning way." 
Dramatics Club '58-'59; Stage Coach Editorial Staff 
'58-'59; Archery All Star '58-\59; Softball \58-\59; Vice- 
President of Student Government "59-'b'0; Hall Counselor 
\59-'6'0; Chairman of Constitution Committee '59-'60rf Circle 
•59-'h'0; Honor Council '59-'o'0; Muse Staff '.59-'<i<>; Letter 
Club '59-'60; Altar Guild '69-'60; Legislative Body '.59-'(iO; 
Tumbling All Star '59-'60; Sigma. 





REBECCA MINES Greenwood, S. C. 

Funny . . . Practical . . . Gracious 
"The ways of the heart, like the ways of providence, 

are mysterious." 
Glee Club '58-*60j Granddaughters' Club '58-'60; Dra- 
matics Club 'S8-'60; Skin of Our Teeth '59-'<>0; May Day 
'59; Belles Staff '59-'60; Sigma. 



EUGENIA ROBERTS IIOELER Windsor, N. C. 

"G" . . . Brother . . . Attractive 
"-/ kind heart is a fountain of gladness making every- 
thing in its vicinity freshen into smiles." 
Y.W.C.A. \58-'u'0; Stage Coach Editorial Staff '59-'60; 
Canterbury Club 'S8-'59; Granddaughters' Club \58-'<iO; 
Basketball" 'S8-'60; Sigma. 





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SENIORS 








JOSEPHINE METTS III'NTT Raleigh, N. C. 

"Phiney" . . . Intellect . . . Gracious 
"Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing wit." 
Granddaughters' Club '56-'60; Stage Coach Business 
Staff '5(i-'li0; Canterbury Club '56-'60, Secretary '59-'60j 
Circle '59-60, Treasurer '59-*60; Chairman of Broufrhtun 
Day Committee '59-60; President of Day Students '59- 
'00; .¥«, 



ELIZABETH BRUCE INGE Manteo, N. C. 

"Betty" . . . Lost Colony . . . Sleepy 
"The laughter of t/irh is, cud ever wit*, among the 

delightful Bounds of the earth." 
Choir '59-'60; Dramatics Club '59-'60; Sigma. 





JANE LINDLEY JORDAN 

Expressive eyes . . . Charming . . 

"The love of heaven makes on 
Dramatics Club '58-'59j Senior Little 



Raleigh, N. C. 
. Heart of Gold 
/ heavenly." 
Store Committee 
\59-'GO; Broughton Day Committee '59-'60; Treasurer of 
Day Students '59-60 ; Mute Staff '59-'60; Stage Coach 
Business Staff '59-'60j Sigma. 



CARAMINE KELLAM Belle Haven, Va. 

"Carey" . . . Good-looking . . . Versatile 

"Her lively looks o sprightly mind disclose." 

Canterbury Club '.5N-"59; Dramatics Club '59-'60; Soccer 

'59-'60; Basketball '59-'60; Bridge '59-'60; .Va. 





VIRGINIA HAMMERSLY LANG Greenville. N. C. 

Boys . . . "Ginger" . . . Personality 
"Always laughting, never .sad: sometimes naughty, never 

bad." 
Stage Coach Editorial Staff '59-'60; Altar Guild '59-"60: 
Dramatics Club '58-'59j Sigma Cheerleader '58-'60; 
Orchesis '59-60, May Day '.59-'(i(); Cigarette Committee 
'59-'60; Sigma. 



ELIZABETH RANDOLPH LATTA Louisburg, N. C. 

Dry wit . . . "Betty" . . . Respected 
"Responsibility walks hand in hand with capacity and 

fiower." 

Acolyte '59-60; Altar Guild '59-'60; Granddaughters' 
Club '56-'60; Vice-President "5S-'59: Belles Staff '66-'60; 
Canterbury Club '56-'69; President '.5S-\59: Circle '.58-'60, 
President '59"-'60; Hall Counselor '59-'60; Legislative 
Body '57-60, Secretary '58-'S9, Chairman '59-'60; Mu. 



SENIORS 



LILA TUCKER LAXTON Charlotte, N. C. 

Dramatics . . . Swimmer . . . Good figure 
"All the world's a stage" 
Hall Counselor '59-'60; Altar Guild '59-'60; Dramatics 
Club '58-'6'0, Secretary-Treasurer '59-60; The Chalk 
Garden '59; Canterbury Club '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '59-'(iO; 
Granddaughters' Club '58-'60; Swimming Club '58-'60, 

-Trp:i«iifpr 'fid-'fiO- M;i\- Fl*n- 'KQ • Mil. 



Secretary-Treasurer \59-'(>0; May Day 



'59; 



LOIS LYNCH Greensboro, N. C. 

Parties . . . Talkative . . . Fun 
''Leave silence to the saints, I am but human!'' 
Handbook Committee '58-'59j Dramatics Club '58-'69; 
helles Staff \5(i-'58, '59-'{S0; Y.D.C. '56-'60, President 
Mil. 




PATRICIA MAY McDANIEL Richmond, Ya. 

"Pat" . . . Sun-porch . . . the Phantom 
"A soft answer turneth away wrath." 

Belles Staff \56-'58, '59-'(i0; Y.D.C. \56-'fiO; President 

'59-'«0; Y.W.C.A. '57-'59; Dramatics Club '57-'58, '59-'li(>; 

Altar Guild '59-60; Stage Coach Editorial Staff '57-'60: 

Hall Counselor '59-'60; Mil. 



ANNE ELIZABETH McLENNAN Lynchburg, Va. 
"Betty" . . . Intellectual . . . Bill 
"All great thoughts come from the heart." 
Dramatics Club \58-\59; Y.D.C. \58-'S9; Granddaughters' 
Club '58-'60; Hall Counselor '59-60, Assistant Secretary 
of Hall Council \59-'60; Mu. 





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FLORENCE ALLEN McLEOD Florence, S. C. 

"Florie" ... a bit naive . . . Southern belle 

"Virtue, modesty, and truth are the guardian angels of 

woman." 
Altar Guild '59-'(i0; Acolyte '59-'60; Dramatics Club 

'59-'60; Doctors' Daughters' Club '58-'60; Y.W.C.A. 
'58-'(i0; Belles Staff '59-'60: Mu. 



MELINDA SUSAN MESSER Burlington, N. C. 

Vogue . . . Hysterical . . . "Mess" 
".Is good to he out of the world as mil of till' fashion." 

Y.R.C. 'SH-'o'O; Belles Staff '59-'60; Y.W.C.A. '58-'60; 

Altar Guild '59-'60; Soccer '59-'60; Basketball '59-'(i0; 

Volleyball '59-'60; Badminton '59-'60; Softball '59-'60; 
Sigma. 





SENIORS 









JUDITH CAROL METCALFE Ridgewood, N. .1. 

Personality Plus . . . "Judee" . . . Yankee Heb 
"IAke n snowflake, leaving « murk hut never a stain." 
Treasurer (if Junior Class '5H-'59; Hall Counselor '59-'60j 
Senior Little Store Committee '59-'60; Y.D.C. '58-'59; 
Stage Coach Editorial Staff 'S9-'60; Golf '58-'60, All 
Star '58-'60i Altar Guild '69-60; "Cold Cuts" Y>H-'(iO; 
Cirele '(ill; Mil. 



LUCY HART MILWARD Ix-xinpton, Ky. 

Thoughtful . . . Sleepy . . . Ivy 
"Let me live in a house by the side <>f the road and 

be a friend In man." 
Legislative Body *5(i-'57; Student Government Nominat- 
ing Committee '56-'58; letter Club '66-'60, President '57- 
•.59; Stage Coach Business Staff '56-*58j Y.K.C. 'Su'-'OO, 
President '57-S8, Vice-President \58-'59; Highest Num- 
ber of Athletic Points '56-'59; Basketball All Star \5li-'59; 
Volleyball All Star '58-'59; Tennis All Star '5<i-'59; 
Softball All Star '66-'59; Badminton All Star '5fl-'6ffl 
Ping-pong All Star '56-'60; ISelles Staff '57-'l>(>; Mime 
Staff '57-'58; Vice-President of Junior Class '58-'59; 
President of Mil's '69-60; Atheltic Council '69-'60; Altar 
Guild '59-'60; Crucifier '59-'60; Stage Coach Editorial 
Staff '59-'li(l; Elections Committee '59-'60; "Cold-Cuts" 
'68-'60; Jin. . 



SUSAN KEYES MUKPHEY Richmond, Va. 

Fire-Captain . . . Sweet . . . Efficient 
"There i.i nut u moment without some duty" 
Vice-President of Senior Class '59-"o0; Altar Guild '5»-'<ii>, 
Vice-President '69-'60; Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Fire Captain 
\59-'60; Hall Counselor '59-'60; Swimming \5H-\59; May 
Day '59; Mn. 



FLORENCE THOMAS NASH Tarboro, N. C. 

Individual . . . "Footnote" . . . Bongos 
"Thy soul was like u star and dwelt apart." 
Beacon '67-68; Basketball All-Star '57-'58; Canterbury 
Club '67-59; Granddaughters' Club '57-'60; President of 
Junior Class '68-'69; Swimming Club '58-'60, President 
'59-'60; Letter Club '68-'60; Legislative Body '58-'59; 
Handbook Committee '58-'59; Hall Counselor '59-'60; 
Muse Staff '57-60, Assistant Editor '59-'60; "Cold Cuts" 
'58-'60, Drum Tuner '59-60; Mu. 



EMILY SUE NELSON Norfolk, Va. 

"Em" . . . Socials . . . Announcements 
"Give to the world the best that you have, and the 

best will come back to you." 
Canterbury Club '5S-'liO, President '69-'60; Altar Guild 
'5S-'60; Acolyte '59-'60; Basketball '58-'59; Softball 
'58-'59; Archery '58-'59; Bridge All Star '69-'60; Tennis 
'58-'60; May Day '59; Choir '59-'60; Sigma. 



MARIETTA SUGG NORTHROP Greenville, N. C. 

"North" . . . Squared-away . . . Witty 

"Few' thing) an impossible to diligence and skill." 

Muse Staff '58-'60; Belles Staff '58-'60, Assistant Editor 

'59-'60; Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Altar Guild '59-'60; Sigma 



Cheerleader '59-'60; Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



KATHLEEN ANN O'LENIC 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 
"O'Lenic" . . . Sharp . . . Mountaineer 
"Our deeds determine us as much as we determine our 

deed*." 
Vice-President of Siffma's '59-'60; Swimming Club '59-60; 
Belles Staff '.59-'«0;' May Day '39; Letter Club '59-'(>0; 
Altar Guild '59-'60; Senior Little Store Committee 
\59-'60; Volleyball '58-'60; Tennis '58-'60; Soccer 'SS-'u'O; 
Badminton '58-'6'0; Y.R.C. 'S9-'60; "Cold-Cuts" '39-'6'0; 
Sigma. 



MARTHA TOONE PARHAM Oxford, N. C. 

Stylish . . . Parisian . . . W. R. Queen 
"She has a thousand charms to captivate the heart." 
Belles Staff '59-'(i0; May Day '39; Hall Counselor '59-'«0; 
Altar Guild '69-'60; Mu. 





MARGARET RENE PECiUES Monroe, N. C. 

"Peggy" . . . Smart . . . Busy 
"Nothing (/real teas ever achieved without enthusiasm." 
Belles Staff \56-'<iO, Editor '59-'b'0; Stage Coach Editorial 
Staff '57-'59; Muse Staff '.57-'S9; Altar Guild \59-'6(>; 
Dramatics Club \58-\59; Y.W.C.A. \56-'6'0; Y.D.C '5(i-'(i0; 
Letter Club '59-'(i0; Archery All Star '58-'59; Bridge 
'.59-'SO; Badminton '5<i-'57, \59-'(i0; Soccer \50'-'.57; Soft- 
ball '5(i-'57; Mu. 



Morganton, N. C. 
. . Petite 

than to he large 



MARY CAMERON PHILLIPS 

"Mert" . . . Good Girl . . 
"Better to be small and cast a shine 

and cast a shadow." 
Belles Staff 'S«-'S8, '59-'60; Y.D.C. 'S6-'60; Y.W.C.A. 
'5(i-'58; Dramatics Club '56-'57, '59-'60; Muse Staff, Art 
Editor \59-'60; Hall Counselor '59-'60; Stage Coach 
Editorial Staff \59-'(iO; Sigma. 





LULA NORRIS PITTMAN Wilson, N. C. 

"Lou" . . . giggles . . . late lights 
"Be (food, sweet maid, and happiness is yours." 
Mu Cheerleader \56-'G0; Stage Coach Bus T ness Staff 
'56-'S8; Doctors' Daughters' Club '5(i-'60, Vice-President 
S9-'60; Beacon '57-'S8; Y.W.C.A. '58-'(i0, Secretary '59- 
'BO; Altar Guild, Chairman '59-'G0; Hall Counselor \59-'<iO; 
Y.R.C. 'SS-'S9; Mu. 



MARGARET TYSON RUFFIN Greenville, N. C. 

"Hog" . . . Pinned . . . Genuine 

"She who loveliness within hath found." 

Secretary of Senior Class 'S9-'60; Hall Counselor \59-'60; 

Mu. 





SENIORS 




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LYNDA MARCELLE SANDERFORD Raleigh, N.C. 

Brilliant . . . Reserved . . . Dependable 
"./ gentleness of s/iirit and » pure serenity of mind." 
Day Student Counselor '59-'60; Elections Committee 
'59-60, Sigma. 



KATHERINE BELL SAWYER Windsor, N. C. 

Sincere . . . Elocutionist . . . Blonde 
"Sincerity and truth arc the basis of every virtue." 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'60; Canterbury Club '68-'fi0; Belles Staff 
\59-'«0; Hall Counselor 'S9-'60j Senior Little Store Com- 
mittee '59-60; Sigma. 




ELIZABETH KAY SEPARK Raleigh, N. C. 

Sparkling . . . Party Girl . . . Classic 
"Character is a diamond that scratches every other stone." 
Muse Staff '58-'59; Dramatics Club '58-'59; May Day 
'59-; Vice-President of Day Students '59-'60; Stage 
Coach Editorial Staff '59-'u0; Senior Little Store Com- 
mittee *59-'G0; Sit/ ma. 



NANCY ALSTON' SEIGLING Charleston, S. C. 

"Na-Na" . . . pigtails . . . Chawleston 
"Individuality is everywhere to be guarded and honored 

as the root of alt good." 
Granddaughters' Club '58-'60; Doctors' Daughters 1 Club 
\58-'60; Muse Staff '59-'b'o; Dramatics Club \58-'60, 
President "59-'<i0; Hall Counselor '59-'60; Swimming Club 
'58-'60; Sigma. 



ANN GUILFORD SMILEY Raleigh, N. C. 

Musical . . . Studious . . . Mischievous 

"Gentle of speech. Iienep'cient of miml." 

Canterbury Club '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. \58-\59; Dramatics 

Club '58-59; Badminton '58-'60; Volleyball '58-'<>0; Muse 

Staff '59-'60; Ma. 



JOANNE RUTH SMITH Bayside, Va. 

Engaged . . . Princeton . . . Quiet 
"A jolly unselfish personality is the greatest gift of all." 
Glee Club '59-'60; Ensemble '59-'60; May Day '59; 
Bridge '58-'60; Tennis '58-'59; Choir '59-'60; Mu. 



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SENIORS 



MARY BROWN* STONE Martinsville. Va. 

"Bonnie" . . . Sunday jitters . . . Sharp 
"The glass of fashion, «>i<l the mould of form. 
The observed of all observers.'' 
Stage Coach Business Staff '56-'58; Y.W.C.A. \5G-'S8; 
Y.R.C. '5(i-'57; Legislative Body '57-\58; President of 
Sophomore Class '57-'58; Beacon '57-'58; Student Govern- 
ment Nominating Committee 'S7-'58; Belles Staff '58-'59; 
Marshal '59-'60; May Court BO; Mil Cheerleader '.5!)-'(i<>; 
Altar Guild '59-'60; Mi*. 



CAROL ANN TADLOCK Greenville, N. C. 

"Tad" . . . Talented . . . "Shack" 
"A dancing shape, an image pat/. 
To haunt, to startle, and waylay." 
Sigma Cheerleader '58-'b'0; Muse Staff '58-'60; Letter 
Club '58-60; Orchesis '58-'60, President '59-ivO; Tumb- 
ling All Star 'S8-'59; Dancing All Star '58-'60; May Day 
'59-'60; Hall Counselor \59-'o'0; Sigma. 





JANE TARLTON Fayetteville, N. C. 

Harold . . . Smart . . . Eyes 

"Praise from a friend or censor from a foe. 

Are lost on hearers that her merits know." 

Stage Coach Editorial Staff '58-'60; Belles Staff '59-'60 

Altar Guild \59-'()0; Acolyte '59-'«0; Y.W.C.A. >59-'60 

Hall Counselor '59-'60; Treasurer of Senior Class '59-60 

May Day '59; Y.D.C. '59-'60; Mil, 



MARTHA BATTLE TAYLOR Oxford, N. C. 

Outstanding . . . "Taylor" . . . Inspector General 
"The world is waiting for better things, 
Go forth and exhibit thy powers." 
Belles Staff '58-'60; Granddaughters' Club \58-'60; Doc- 
tors' Daughters' Club '58-60; Legislative Body '59-'60; 
Hall Counselor '59-'60; Chairman of Hall Council '59-'60; 
Handbook Committee '59-60; Y.D.C. '59-60; Circle '59- 
'.60; Sigma. 





SUZANNE TAYLOR Ayden, N. C 

Lovable . . . Lady . . . Well-dressed 
"Sweetness void of pride, laughter void of spite." 
Dramatics Club 'S9-'S0; Y.W.C.A. \59-'(i0; Belles Staff 
'59-'60; Stage Coach Editorial Staff '59-'60; Bridge 
p9-'60; May Day '59; Sioma. 



LINDA CUTCHIN THOMAS Asheboro, N. C. 

Surprising . . . Brave . . . Darling 

"Quiet and modest, thoughtful and meek, 

Knowing much more than she lets herself speak." 

Glee Club '58-'59; Y.W.C.A. '58-'59; May Day '59; 

Senior Little Store Committee '59-'60; Ensemble '58-'59; 

Bridge '59-60; Mu. 





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SENIORS 





SALLIE VIRGINIA THOMPSON Wendell, N. C. 

"Pretty eyes" . . . Friendly . . . Co-operative 
"The beauty seen is partly in him who see* it." 
Dramatics Club 'Sli-'lill; Hkin of Our Teeth '59; Altar 
Guild '59-'60j Canterbury Club 'S7-'S8; V.W.C.A. '50-'(i(>; 
Y.D.C. '5(i-'59; Belle, Staff '56-'58j Stage Coach Business 
Staff 'o7-'58; Mil. 



SARA C'KAIG TUI.L 

"Sally" . . . IIKA . 
"As pure unit thoughtful an the 

M to love her." 
Y.W.C.A. '59-'60; Stack Coach Editorial Staff \58-'59; 
Hall Counselor '59-'60j Belles Staff 'S9-'60; Mu. 



Salisbury, N. C. 
. Attractive 
nutlet* are. to know her 





MARGARET MORRIS TURNER Goldsboro, N. C. 

Lovely . . . Enthusiastic . . . "coke machine" 
"O. thou art fairer than the evening air. rlail in the 

beantg of a thousand stars/ 1 
Altar Guild '59-'60; Sigma Cheerleader '58-'60; Elections 
Committee '59-'60; Tennis '58-'59; Y.R.C. '59-'60; Bad- 
minton '59-'60j Bridge '58-'60; "Cold Cuts" 'S8-'60, Vice- 
President '59-'60; Sigma. 



TOLAR TICKER WALKER Norfolk, Va. 

"Tuck" . . . devoted . . . genuine 
"They are never alone that are accompanied tig m/ltle 

thoughts." 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'60, President \59-'60; Granddaughters' 
Club '58-'<><>, Secretary '58- '59; Muse Staff 'S8-'69; Doc- 
tors' Daughters' Club '58-'(i(>; Canterbury Club '.5H-'59; 
Belles Staff \W-'59; Editor of Handbook '59-'bO; Circle 
'59-'(i0; Legislative Body "59-'60; Dramatics Club '59-'60; 
Hall Counselor '59-'(it>; Altar Guild '59-'BO; Sigma. 




ELEANOR GREY WATKINS Wayncsville. N. C. 

"Love" . . . dear . . . adorable 
"Love is the jewel that win* the world.* 1 
Hall Counselor '59-'60; Marshal '59-"60; Dramatics Club 
\58-'59; Sigma Cheerleader '58-'6(); Altar Guild "59-'60; 
May Day '59; Y.R.C. '59-'6ll; Y.W.C.A. 'S8-'60; Belles 
Staff '69-'60: Sigma. 



JO ANNA WATKINS Oxford, N. C. 

"Miss Oxford" . . . Dan . . . Nice 
".I thing of beaut it is a jog forever." 
Belles Staff '88-'60; Granddaughters' Club '58-'60j 
Y.W.C.A. '58-'59; Y.D.C. '59-'(>0; Hall Counselor '59-'60| 
Sigma. 



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SENIORS 



ELIZABETH ATKINSON WHITE Greenville, N. C. 

Angelic . . . Talented . . . Glowing 
"// I could keep our heart from breaking, I should 

not have Ih'rd in I'riin." 
Granddaughters' Club '58-'60; Choir \58-'(i0; Glee Club 
'58-'60, President '59-'60; Belies Staff '59-60; Y.W.C.A. 
'S8-'60, Vice-President '59-'60; Mil. 



JANET SIMMONS WIGGS Fayetteville, N. C. 

Eyes . . . Sweet ... Determined 
"A beautiful eye makes silence eloquent.'' 
Belles Staff \59-'60; Stage Coach Editorial Staff '59-60; 
Y.D.C. '58-\59; Altar Guild \59-'60; May Day '59; Dra- 
matics Cluh '58-'60; Glee Club \58-'59; Canterbury Club 
'58-'59; Mu. 





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SOMETIMES WE . . 




Dress up 



Have Waldrop and Sallj 






Just give up 



Have funerals 



Get sharp 






Play (). T. I.. 



Lose our dignity 






Rejoice^ dear hearts 



Have visitors 



Just completely lose our minds 



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AND THEN WE . . . 




Have recitals 



Pose in our nighties 



Party 




Pretend ! 



Check out! 



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Junior Class Officers 




Li la Woi.n 
Preside lit 




Hannah Wright 

Vice-President 




Trudy Johnson 
Secretary 




Edith Alston 
Treasurer 



This is me — A Junior. I live at St. Mary's, U. S. A. At first 
I worked hard and I played hard — harder than I worked as a 
matter of fact. Sometimes you heard me say "what am I doing up 
when I'm so tired, tired, tired?" Gradually I settled down to St. 
Mary's life in Smcdes, West Rock, and Holt. Actually it was 
a wonderful year and I love, love, love St. Mary's. 



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JUNIORS 



Editli Eugenia Alston 
Anniston, Ala. 

Rliotla McCollough Arrowsmith 
Kingstree, S. C. 

Margaret Ashe Atkinson 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Marie Stuart Austin 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Celeste Allen Barnette 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Florence Anne Battle 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



Martha Patricia Bell 
Tarhoro, N. C. 

Anne Stuart Benson 
Statesville, N. C. 

Susan Ann Bergamini 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Dell Stewart Bethune 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Alyce Diane Blanton 
Marion, N. C. 

Carole Louise Bleimeyer 
.Matthews, N. C. 







$7 







£> 



*/ 





Ann Elizabeth Blumenhorst 
Webster Groves, Mo. 

May Olive Boney 
Clinton, N. C. 

Eatliel Findley Bowie 
Anderson, S. C. 



Ruth Strafford Bowles 
Kinston, N. C. 

Susanne Ruffin Bowles 
Richmond, Va. 

Ann Cameron Bowman 
Wadesboro, N. C 





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JUNIORS 







v 




Frances Huntley Bramble 
Richmond, Va. 

Barbara Louise Bridgers 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Barbara Louise Brittain 
Mt. Kiseo, N. Y. 



Lillie Suzannah Carper 
Raleigh, \. C. 

Martha Ann Carper 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Anne Carter 
Pinehurst, N T . C. 




1 *vr tit- W 



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Mary Richard Chambers 
Charlotte. X. C. 

Mary Alice Victoria Chubb 
Greenwich, Conn. 

Agnes Gayle Clark 
Favetteville, N". C. 








Anne lone Clark 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Viola Faucette Coffin 
Durham. N. C. 

Elizabeth Ten Eyek Coleman 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



Mary Hardin Cooper 
Wilmington. X. C. 

Molly Sue Creech 
Selma. X. C. 

Mary Gay Davis 
Morganton. X. C. 






Janet Eileen Dawson 
Goldsboro. X. C. 

Joanna Tomlinson Dayvault 
Lenoir. X. C. 

Ann Sherron DeHart 
Brvson City, X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Ann Shields Dickson 
Burlington, N. C. 

Margaret Burroughs Dillon 
Richmond, Va. 

Mary Louise Dorris 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Elizabeth Stevenson Dunn 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Elizabeth Boyden Eagles 
Wilson, N. C. 

Buena Vista Edwards 
Raleigh, N. C. 







Mary Brent Elmore 
Roeky Mount, N. C. 

Rebecca Harrison Elmore 
Suffolk, Va. 

Betty Gibbs Ferguson 
La Grange, N. C. 






Susan Thompson Fleming 
Durham, N. C. 

Cleve Wharton Fletcher 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Frances Arden Fobes 
Southern Pines, N. C. 




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Margaret Anne Foote 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Lucy Lee Ford 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Patricia Frank 
Pensacola, Fla. 






Sandra Mozelle Franklin 
Goldsboro, N. C. 

Elizabeth Warner Freeman 
Pelham, N. Y. 

Margaret Bell Friar 
Tarboro, N. C. 






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JUNIORS 




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Nancy Shannon Grier 
Greenwood. S. C. 

Martha Bynuni Hamilton 
Easier, S. C. 

Judith Gene Hankin 
Somerville, N. J. 






Archer Lee Hannah 
Richmond; Va. 

Sara Wichman Harper 
Walterhoro, S. C. 

Jane Russell Harris 
Seaboard. N. C. 





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Anna Catherine Henrj 
Asheville, N. C. 

Joy Hicks 

Wilson. N". C. 

Elizabeth Hilton Hill 
Raleigh, X. C. 





Mary Lee Hinson 
Charlotte, X. C. 

Irene Carol Holcombe 
Charleston, S. C. 

Elizabeth Rawls Holland 
Anlen. N. C. 



Elonise Kent Horner 
Oxford. X. C. 

.Marguerite West Howard 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Linda Ellen Jacobs 
Raleigh. X. C. 






'Gertrude Wright Johnson 

Georgetown. S. C. 

Ruth Blackburn Johnson 
Raleigh. X. C. 

Mary Brodie Jones 
Warrenton. X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Mary Elizabeth Jones 
Atlanta, Ga. 

Susan Keel 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Diane Elizabeth Keyes 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Martha Rose Lambeth 
Thomasville, N. C. 

Kathryn Lila Land 
Roanoke Rapids, N. 

Linda Claire Latham 
Raleigh, N. C. 








Helen Lee 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Barbara Ann Leippe 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sarah Esther Levine 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Jerry Liles 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Jean Elizabeth Lippels 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Eudoxia Katherine Livas 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 








Caroline Haughton London 
Pittsboro, N. C. 

Mary Priseilla Lyerly 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

Katherine Elizabeth Lynch 
Bennettsville, S. C. 



Elizabeth Lewis Lynn 
Roanoke, Va. 

Margaret Carter Braxton McAlister 
Winnctka. 111. 

Jerry Selina McCombs 
Salisbury, N. C. 








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JUNIORS 










Gertrude Owen McGinty 
Buenos Aires, Arg. 

Irene Foster McGuirk 
Morganton, N. C. 

Virginia Hull McKimmon 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Brandreth McAlphin McKinley 
Washington, D. C. 

Mary Warren Marshall 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Elizabeth Anne Metts 
Wilmington, N. C. 






Margaret Ozlin Midyette 
Jackson, X. C. 

Julia Miller 

Lincolnton, X. C. 

Marian Miller 
Concord, X. C. 




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Ruth Elizabeth Mills 
Greenville, S. C. 

Mary Eleanor Moore 
Clinton. X. C. 

Margaret Hadley Morgan 
Farmville, X. C. 





Susan Taliaferro Morrison 
Havana, Cuba 

Edith Johnson Sabers 
Wilson, X. C. 

Emily Blanche Xelson 
Grifton. X. C. 






Ann Spalding Osterman 
Richmond. Va. 

Rebecca Ann Petrea 
Durham, N, C. 

Sophia Clifton Pike 
Wake Forest. X. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Susan Montague Poe 
Fayetteville, N. C. 

Jacqueline Justine Polk 
Plymouth, N. C. 

Margaret Elizabeth Postlethwait 
Durham. N. C. 



Beverly Elizabeth Powers 
Bennettsville, S. C. 

Martha Rogers Pyatt 
Marion, N. C. 

Linda Ann Ramsay 
Jacksonville, Fla. 






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Katherine Leslie Redding 
Asheboro, N. C. 

Helen Hamilton Reid 
Savannah, Ga. 

Anne Lili Ridenhour 
Concord, N. C. 



Jo Ann Rochow 
Miami, Fla. 

Georgia Goodson Saunders 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Camilla Carleton Savage 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mary Hopkinson Shepard 
Washington, D. C. 

Josephine Ross Shephard 
Washington, D. C. 

Katherine Stewart Shipman 
Louisville, Ky. 



Elizabeth Louise Strong 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Frances Hunter Stutts 
High Shoals, N. C. 

Anne Ewing Summers 
Richmond, Va. 








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JUNIORS 






Ann Crockett Swindell 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Emma Jean Taylor 
Durham. \. C. 

Louise Kennedy Thomas 
Raleigh, N. C. 






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Martha Tillery Thomas 
Raleigh, \. C. 

Charlotte Darden Thornc 
Littleton. N. C. 

Loretta Jane Todd 
Raleigh. X. C. 



Anne Lloyd Turner 
Burkeville. Va. 

Anne Madison Tylei 
Durham, X. C. 

Sally Brown Upton 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Mattie Lou L'zzle 
Durham. X. C. 

Mary Ashley Wade 
Dunn. X. C. 

Barbara Eugenia Watson 
Winston-Salem. X. C. 



Ellen Branch Watson 
Wilson. X. C. 

Martha Jane White 
Hartsvillr. S. C. 

Elizabeth Lucy Williams 
Elizabeth Citv. X. C. 



Forrest Hale Williamson 
Winston-Salem. X. C. 

Alice Elizabeth Wilson 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Ann Sheffield Wilson 

Charleston, S. C. 



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JUNIORS 



Mary Elizabeth Wingfield 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Eliza McCormick Wolff 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Julia Andrews Worth 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Hannah Knowlton Wright 
Wilmington, N. C. 

Pamela Payton Wright 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Amelia Whitaker Yancey 
Marion, N. C. 






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Commercial Class Officers 






Marty Pierce 


Vickie Taylor 


Brenda Taylor 


President 


Vice-President 


Secret ar if -Treasurer 



I am us, the Commercial Class. I do many, many tilings — type, 
type, and type. Sometimes I take shorthand and other times I 
probably take shorthand. Once and a while I stay up late and 
drink cokes. When I leave I will work, work, work and get 
paid. I like all kinds of tilings like parties and I lo\'e, loye, loye 
St. Mary's. 



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COMMERCIAL 



Helen Chase Allen 
Durham, N. C. 

Ann Harrington Campbell 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Katherine Saunders Davidson 
Emporia, Va. 






Mary Evelyn Dughi 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Patricia Kennedy Huneycutt 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Deanna Lampros 
Favetteville, N. C. 



Helen Louise Landauer 
Kinston, N. C. 

Carolyn Wagoner Mann 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Mary Llewellyn Phillips 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Martha Ellen Pierce 
Weldon, N. C. 

Dorothy Lynn Roberson 
Greensboro, N. C. 

Brenda Loren Taylor 
Chatham, Va. 








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Victor Anne Taylor 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Elizabeth Marie Wallin 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Fan Stark Wilson 
Manson, N. C. 



Jane Hines Wooten 
Kinston, N. C. 






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Sophomore Class Officers 




Frances Holton 
President 




Winston Conner 
Vice-President 



Dabney Johnston 
Secretary 



Carroll Brogoen 
Trrasttrrr 



This is me — A Sophomore. I have to work, work, work so I can 
go to college. Some of ray class will graduate — some will sail 
away — some just rest, rest, rest. It's been fun and hard and 
nice and we'll be sorry to leave ( Really). 



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SOPHOMORES 



Patricia Mar Armstrong 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Jacqueline Irene Baublitz 
Martinsville, Va. 

June Elizabeth Boddie 
Lenoir, N. C. 

Linda Christina Britton 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Barbara Carroll Brogden 
Winter Haven, Fla. 

Susan Strowd Cline 
Hickory. N. C. 

Jane Sloan Coleman 
Weaverville, N. C. 

Isabel Meekins Combs 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Daphne Leitli Connelly 
Morganton, N. C. 

Alice Winston Conner 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Cynthia Craven 
Lexington, N. C. 

Rainsf'ord DuBose Dedman 
Devon, Pa. 

Frances Louise Douglass 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Patricia Vaughan Exiun 
Galax, Va. 

Louise Glass Ficklen 
Greenville, N. C. 

Margaret Lou Gardner 

Ciudad Trujillo, Dom. Rep. 

Nancy Lou Gouger 
Piiiehurst, N. C. 

Carol Hyselop Hardy 
Warrenton, N. C. 

Mary Alice Haves 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Anne Morgan Heatli 
Charlotte, N. C. 








Nancy Isabel Heath 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Frances Herman Holton 
Edenton, N. C. 

Harriet Hayne Houston 
Greenville, S. C. 

Emma Redmond Howell 
Tarboro, N. C. 

Barbara Johnson 
Shelby, N. C. 

Martha Dabney Johnston 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Winifred Ennis Jones 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Helene Simone Labbe 
Wake Forest, N. C. 





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SOPHOMORES 




Sally Johnston Leach 
Littleton, N. ('. 

Dorothy Waddell Linker 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 

Margaret Melchor Lowe 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Elizabeth Higgins Manning 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Laura Lee Martin 
Leaksville, N. C. 

Elizabeth Webb Matheson 
Hillshoro, N. C. 

Margaret Elizabeth Niehols 
Durham, N. C. 

Erwin Wallace Parrott 
Kinston, N. C. 

Margaret Ann Patton 
Morganton, N. C. 

Maude Emma Patton 
Morganton, N. C. 

Louise Marshall Pryor 
Lexington. Ky. 

Susan Edmundson Purdie 
Dunn, N. C. 

Martha Ann Rose 
Stony Creek, Va. 

Ann Johnston Rvder 
Raleigh, X. C." 

Susan Sawyer 

Fredericksburg. Va. 

Elizabeth Weed Triplett 
Lenoir. X. C. 





Ellen Charlton Walker 
Summit. X. J. 

Frances Kee Wheeless 
Louisburg. X. C. 

Charlotte Brvan Williams 
Raleigh. X. C. 



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OR MAYBE WE . . . 




Get happy ? 



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Love our roommates r 




Flake 





Smile at the birdie 




Act like sophomores ! 




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Act real tough 




Order from the tod 




Fruit around 




Get the group together 



Play games 



Hate snapshot friends 



Freshman Class Officers 




Toler Yates 
President 




Sally Stevens 
Vice-President 






Jane Moore 
Secretary 




Robbin Causey 

Treasurer 



Hi — This is mc, a freshman. I live in two parts of that huge 
building called Smedes or sometimes East Rock or maybe Faculty 
House. I have several favorite pastimes. Just being the lowest 
underclassman is one, with several headings of mischief under 
that. (I sometimes annoy faculty members with my antics too!) 
I sell hot dogs, study, study, study (or pretend to), but generally 
enjoy my first year at St. Mary's. (This school has possibilities!) 



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FRESHMEN 



Brenda Faye Barnhill 

Tarboro, N. C. 
Anne Meade Baskervill 

Stony Creek, Va. 
Anne Linton Battle 

Charlottesville, Va. 
Nancy Swindell Baum 

Engelhard, N. C. 

Elizabeth Anne Beveridge 

Asheville, N. C. 
Gene Famous Birdsong 

Suffolk, Va. 
Almira Woodard Bruton 

Wilson, N. C. 
Emma Lula Bullard 

Wilson, N. C. 



Gladys Elizabeth Canada 

Lynchburg, Va. 
Sarah Wallton Carpenter 

South Boston, Va. 
Robbin Scott Causey 

Greensboro, N. C. 
Barbara Jenn Craig 

Decatur, Ala. 



Barbara Bishop Ellisberg 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Marianne Macaire Ewbank 

Hendersonville, N. C. 
Ann Sherrod Farmer 

Wilson, N. C. 
Jean Elizabeth Flanagan 

Kinston, N. C. 

Margaret Wingfield Glenn 

Columbus, Ga. 
Susan French Goode 

Lumberton, N. C. 
Martha Elaine Graybill 

Statesville, N. C. 
Susan James Hathaway 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

Valerie Anne Hodgson 

Lumberton, N. C. 
Anita Coxe Humphries 

Asheville, N. C. 
Frances Dabney Jones 

Gainesville, Fla. 
Judith Ann LeShanna 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Elizabeth Harlan Light 

Lexington, Va. 
Jane Galloway MeCown 

Try on, N. C. 
Frances Elaine MeLaiiahan 

Elberton, Cia. 
Mary Norcross Myers 

Columbia, S. C. 




FRESHMEN 




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Jane Morrison Moore 

Charlotte, X. C. 
Cynthia Catherine Nixon 

Knoxville, Tenn. 
Elizabeth Nelson Pemberton 

Yanceyville, N. C. 

Patricia Sheridan Pitzer 
Roanoke. \'a. 



Mary Lynn Pond 

Darlington. S. C. 
Mary Katherine Powell 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Patricia Sears Powers 

Lynchburg, Va. 
Sally Ansley Quillian 

Columbus. Ga. 

Foy Jane Roberson 

Greenville. S, C. 
Lucie Briston Rouse 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Ladwalya Tim Sirimonkol 

Bangkok, Thailand 
Jeanne Camille Stinctt 

Brenham, Texas 

Jean Frances Stroman 

Orangeburg, S. C. 
Sally Holmes Stevens 

Shiloh, N. C. 
Martha Pound Temple 

High Point. N. C. 
Prances Elizabeth Tynes 

Greensboro, N. C. 

Kathryn Vale 

Norlina. N. C. 
Elizabeth Barney Walker 

Lynchburg. Va. 
Merrie Haynes Walker 

Alexandria. Va, 
Nona Preston Walker 

Myrtle Beach. S. C. 

Kathryn Dade Wall 

Rocky Mount. N. C. 
Betty Jane Wands 

Cooleemee. N. C. 
Prances Hicks Williamson 

Fayetteville. N. C. 
Cydne Ann Wright 

Greensboro. X. C. 



Toler Tucker Yates 
Asheboro, X. C. 



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Sleep 



Play 



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Study 






Have Inspection 



Play some more 



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SPECIAL STUDENTS 



Peggy Anne Allen 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Johnsye Massenhurg 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Aubrey Elizabeth Barbour 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mrs. J. P. Milan 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Gretchen Marie Bode 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Betsy Anne Phifer 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Lael Corzine Feathcrston 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Susan DeKovan Poyner 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Emmalee Ward Harris 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Mrs. L. W. Roberts 
South Boston, Va. 



.Judy Hartigan 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Sandra Roberts 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Eugene Albert Homme 
Raleigh, N. C. 



.John Clement Ruggero 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Dorothy Rose Isoin 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Patrieia Lee Strupler 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Sarah Ruth Langston 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Jane Elizabeth Teal 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Jane Wooden 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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-«^9RG1NIZAT 




STUDENT GOVERN 



Polly Fulkeiis&n 

President 

Student Government 

Association 




Ann Hauskh 

Vice-President 

Student Government 

Association 





Blanche Bonner 

Secretary 

Student Government 

Association 




Martha Taylor 
Chairman, Hail Council 




Beverly Bunn 

Secretary, Hall Council 




Bused upon the Honor Code, the 
Student Government Association 
strives to strengthen and maintain 
the principles of student 
government at St. Mary's 
Its officers are elected to 
serve as leaders and ex- 
amples of self-control, re- 
sponsibility and honor 
and to foster a spirit of 
co-operation among both 
. students and faculty. 



Left to right; Beverly Bunn. Phinev 
Huntt. Ann Hauser. Polly Fulkerson, 
Blanche Bonner. Martha Taylor. 




Josephine Huxrr 
President, Day Students 



MENT ASSOCIATION 




First row, left to rir/ht : Madge Gregory, Ann Hauser, Polly Fulkerson, Blanche Bonner. Second row: Kathy David- 
son, Stuart Austin, Jean Lippels, Amelia Yancey. Martha Ann Rose. 




A Student Government of- 
ficer administers the Honor 
Code to every girl at the 
beginning of the year. 



HONOR COUNCIL 

Tlic Honor Council, composed of 
student government officers and class 
representatives, lias general super- 
vision of the workings of the Student 
Government Association, carefully 
considers any violations of the Honor 
Code, and encourages self-responsi- 
bility and honor at St. Mary's. 



STUDENT GOVERN 




First rota, left to right : Beverly Burin, Martha Taylor, Betty McLennan. Second row: Julie Davvault. Anne Bost- 
wick, Betty Latta, Becky Bullock, Linda Sanderford, Jane Tarleton. Carol Tadloek. Third row: Webber Bell. 
Grey Watkins, Sally Tull. Margaret RufKn. Blanche Bonner. Caroline Ashford. Fourth row: Lila Laxton. Bobbie 
Fletcher. Bea Foote. Bonnie Stone, Betty Copeland. Katlicrine Sawyer. Fifth row: Barbara Clarke. Marjorie Bryan. 
Ann Hauser, Madge Gregory, Judee Metcalfe, Lou Pittraan. Sixth roic: Mary Neal Bolcli, Polly Fulkerson. Susan 
Murphy. Jo Anna Watkins, Tucker Walker. Sei'cnth row: Nan Dameron. Martha Parham. Florence Nash. Nancy 
Seigling. 



Martha Taylor and Beverly Bunn dis 
cuss Hall Council business. 



HALL COUNCIL 

It is the duty of the Hall Council, directed by 
the chairman and composed of hall counselors and 
day student representatives, to supervise all stu- 
dent regulations not under the jurisdiction of the 
Honor Council, and to otter help to students, re- 
garding problems and activities of school life. 




MENT ASSOCIATION 





Left to right: Martha Temple, Becky Petrea, Lili Rulenhour, Jane Woot- 
en, Martha Taylor. 



Tuckeb Walker, Editor 



HANDBOOK COMMITTEE 

The Handbook Committee is responsible 
for the revising and editing of the student 
handbook which is sent to students before the 
beginning of school each year. 



LEGISLATIVE BODY 

The Legislative Body, composed of student 
and faculty members, considers the accept- 
ance or rejection of student petitions, regard- 
ing social and dormitory regulations with the 
intention of promoting self-government at St. 
Mary's. 



First row: Mary Llewellyn Phillips, Linda Ramsay, Susanne Bowles, Betty 
Latta, Patricia Armstrong-, Haynes Walker, Toler Yates. Second rots): 
Marty Pierce, Webber Bell, Polly Fulkerson, Lila Wolff, Tucker Walker. 
Martha Taylor, Phiney Himtt, Ann Hauser, Frances Holton. 



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THE CIRCLE 



Stuart Austin 
Webber Bell 
Mary Neal Bol 
Blanche Bonner 
Marjorie Bryan 
Beverly Bunn 
Caroline Clark 
Barbara Fletcher 
Polly Fulkerson 
Madge Gregory 




Ann Hauser 
Josephine Huntt 
Betty Latta 
Judee Metcalfe 
Martha Tavlor 
Tucker Waikcr 



The purpose of the Circle, Symbolic of unity, is to promote a co-operative spirit among the students 
and between the students and faculty, stressing high ideals of service, fellowship, citizenship, and schol- 
arship, and to aid new students in finding their places in life at St. Mary's. Among the projects of the 
Circle are the redecoration of the Hut, painting ofMay Day scenery, and the parlor scrapbook. 



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THE BEACON 




First row, left to right: Frances Holton, Trisha Armstrong, Erwin Parrott. Second row: Frances Douglass, Susan 
Purdie, Pat Exum, Betsy Nichols. Not pictured: Jane Moore, Haynes Walker, Cydne Wright, Winston Conner, Em 
Howell, Barney Walker. 



Seated: Susan Purdie, President; Standing : 
Betsy Nichols, Secretary. 





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The name of the Beacon symbolizes 
the purpose of this organization: to 
so guide the high school girls m their 
life at St. Mary's that they will in- 
crease school spirit and promote co- 
operation and participation in school 
activities. 



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STAG! 



EDITORIAL STAFF 




First row, left to rir/ht : Barbara Clarke, Mary Neal BoLh. Lucy Milward. Lynn Roberson. Second row: Gay Davis. 
Bobbie Watson. May Boney, Tennys Bowers. Joanna Day.'ault:. Johanna Adler, F'rankie Davis. Susan Keel. Third 
rorc: Mary Moore, Mary Chiles, Suzanne Taylor, Nancy Grier, Martha Pat Bell. Florence Nash. "G" Hurler. 
Gayle Clark, Diane Keyes, Ginger Lang. Fourth row: G. G. Saunders, Anna Cay Henry. Sally Stevens. Betty Kay 
Separk, Kathy O'Lenic. Sophia Fike. Janet Wiggs, Hannah Bell. Margaret Atkinson. Jane Tarlton. Janet Dawson. 




'Fhe members of the Stage Coach start' spend many 
long hours preparing the annual tor publication, 



The St. Mary's yearbook presents in words 
and pictures a record of the school year. The 
editorial staff is responsible for the copy, the 
layout, and the other necessary work thai 
goes into organizing and editing the book. 
The staff receives training - in editorial work 
as well as in journalism in the production of 
the Stack Coach. 



Nan Dameron 

Editor 




OACH 



BUSINESS STAFF 




First rote, left to right: Betsy Beckwitli. Frances Tynes, Anne Bostwick. Foy Roberson, Blanche Bonner, Lili Riden- 
hour. Second roro: Jane Jordan, Susan Goode, Becky Bullock. Sharon Gates, Sally Upton, Ginny McKinunon. Phiney 
Huntt. 



The business of the yearbook is handled 
by the business staff of the Stage Coach. It 
is the duty of this staff to provide financial 
backing for the publication of the annual by 
soliciting advertisements. 




Ann Clark 
Business Manager 




Members of the busint 
prospective advertisers. 



start' check a list of 




BELLES 



A bi-weekly report of St. 
Mary's activities, social as 
well as scholastic, is found in 
the school newspaper, The 
Belles. While aptly covering 
all school events the paper also 
encourages creative thinking 
and gives on-the-job training 
in editing and publishing. 



Members of The Belles staff 
look over hack issues of the 
newspaper for ideas. 



Peggy Pegues, Editor 




First roic, left to rif/ht: Cleve Fletcher, Forrest Williamson. Nancy Grier. Elaine Graybill. .Janet Wiggs. Barbara 
Clarke. Rebecca Mines. Second rozc: Carter McAlister. Martha 1'arham. Becky Bullock. Susanne Bowles. I.ili Riden- 
hour, Salli Harper. Becky Elmore. Third row: Mart) - Hamilton. Sallie Thompson. Suzanne Taylor. Mary Chiles. 
Anne Bostwiek. Susan Keel. Martha Pat Bell, Grey Watkins. Fourth rozv: Mary-Anne Carter, Dade Wall. Barn- 
ney Walker. Frances Jones, Emily Anderson, Julie Dayvault. Margaret Atkinson. Anne Metts. Fifth rote: Sally 
Tull. Tennys Bowers, Bonnie Brinser, Lois Lynch. Jane Tarlton, Kathy O'Lenic. Mary Neal Bolch, Lucy Mil- 
ward. Sixth row: Marietta Northrop, Mollie Dewey. Ruth Bowles, Katherine Sawyer, Caroline Ashford. Vickie 
Chubb, Margaret Friar. Seventh rorc: Webber Bell, Gene Birdsong, Ruth Mills. Lynn Roberson. 




THE MUSE 



Becky Bullock, Editor 




The Muse, St. Mary's liter- 
ary magazine, offers aspiring 
writers an opportunity to ex- 
periment with ideas and styles, 
and to receive the benefit of 
constructive criticism from 
other staff members. 



The Musi' is checked by mem- 
bers of the staff is preparation for 
publication. 




First row, left to rir/ht: Ann Smiley, Salli Harper. Margaret Miclyette. Kay Yale, Sarall Carpenter. Second row 
Florence Nash, Nan Dameron, .Joanna Davvault. I.ili Ridenhour. 




ALTAR GUILD 




LOU PlTTMAN 

Chairman 



Seniors who wish to help in the care of the 
Chape] make up the St. Mary's Altar Guild. 
These girls not only serve as acolytes and 
crucifers but also take care of such things as 
the linen, the books, and the flowers. Miss 
Bason and Dr. Guerry serve as capable ad- 
visors for the Altar Guild. 




First roii.', left to right: Betty Latta, Edith Bade. Peggy Pegues. Mary Chiles, 
(linger Lang, Virginia Anderson, Polly Fulkerson, Ann Hauser, Julie Dayvault. 
Second rorv: Nan Dameron, Lucy Milward, Mary Neal Boleh, Lila Laxton, .Janet 
Wiggs, Martha Parham, Mary Ethel Ednmndson, Em Nelson. Bonnie Stone. Caro- 
line. Ashford. Marjorie Bryan, Grey Watkins. Third roic : Judee Metcalfe, Barbara 
Clarke, Bobbie Fletcher, Susan Dodd, Tucker Walker, Sallie Thompson, Genie 
Glover, Marietta Northrop, Gail Allen, Margaret Turner, Mollie Dewey, Jane 
Tarlton. Beverly Bonn. 



Polishing brass is one of the duties of the 
Altar Guild. 



The flower committee is responsible for 
the flowers on the altar each Sunday. 






First row, left to right: Freddie Jones, Cydne Wright. Gene Birdsong, Marty Pierce. Elizabeth White. Second roxc: 
Betty Latta, Frances Jones, Anne Baskerville, Florence Ann Battle. Sue Creech, Jeanne Stinnett. Third row: Bobbie 
Fletcher. Caroline London, Nona Walker, Jo Ann Smith, Em Nelson, Betty Inge. Fourth row: Ann Cameron Bow- 
man, Martha Rose, Susan Dodd. 

The St. Mary's Choir adds a very important 
/^XJ/~iTT? part to the spiritual atmosphere in the Chapel. 

During the year they present a program of Christ- 
mas music and the Feast of Lights at Epiphany. 
Dr. Russell Broughton, the choir director, adds in- 
spiration to the services with arrangements and 
compositions for organ. 

The Acolytes and Crucifers play an 
active part in all services in the St. 
Mary's Chapel. The Acolytes serve at 
the Communion services and light the 
candles at each Chapel service. The 
Crucifers carry the Cross at the Sunday 
service. 



Left to right: Betty Latta, Jane Tarlton. 
Tucker Walker, Nan Dameron, Barbara 
Fletcher, Lucv Milward, Editli Bade. 



ACOLYTES 




Dramatics Club 



Members of the Dramatics Club of St. Mary's 
develop their theatrical talents as well as a great 
interest in and a deep appreciation for the theater 
through participation, observation, and study of 
the theatrical arts. Under the outstanding leader- 
ship and direction of Mrs. Nancy Stanley, the 
group presents two major productions a year to 
the student body and the public. Instructional 
workshops in lighting effect, costuming, make-up, 
and stage production are conducted throughout 
the year. 




Mrs. Nancy Stamey 
Head of Dramatics Department 



First row, left to right: Martha Temple, Foy Roberson, Becky Petrea, Betsy Dunn, Madge Gregory, Jane Moore, 
Ann Baskcrv.ille, Arden Fobes, Lila Laxton, Nancy Seigling Frances Douglass, Becky Elmore, Nancy Grier, F^athel 
Bowie, Ruth Johnson, Helen Reid, Betty Lynch, Frances Brumble. Second rote: Para Wright, Jo Shepard, Anne 
Summers, Sue Creech, Margaret Gardner, Jane McCown, Tim Sirimonkal, Webber Bell. Lili Ridenliour. Frankie 
Davis, Sandra Cobb, Kay Sliipman, Margaret Friar, Linda Latham, Judy LeShanna, Barney Walker, Frances 
Jones, Gene Birdsong. Third row. Lou Ficklen, Jackie Boublite, Sallie Thompson, Mary Meyers. Brenda Barn- 
hill, Anne Battle, Robbin Causey, Tucker Walker, Genie Glover, Jean Flanagan, Patricia Powers. Kay Vale. Sally 
Stevens, Jeanne Stinnett, Haynes Walker, Margaret Midyette. Fourth rote: Carter McAlister. Salli Harper. Pat 
McDaniel. Mary Marshall, Sarah Carpenter, Freddie Jones, Nancy Baum, Harlan Light, Barbara Craig. Cynthia 
Nixon, Mary Ethel Edmondson, Marv Cameron Phillips, Ruth Bowles, Frances Tvnes. Hannah Bell. Sophia 
Pike. Ruth Mills, Ann Metts. 




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Glee Club 



A good representative of the St. Mary's vocal department is th 
Glee Club. Membership is limited, hut all students are eligible t 
apply for membership. Auditions are held at the first of the yea 
to determine the most capable applicants. Under the direction 
Miss Geraldine Cate, the club presents special programs at Chris! 
mas and Easter plus occasional assembly programs throughout tl 
year. Invitations to perform during the year at various school 
clubs and organizations are also accepted. Officers for the yea 
1959-1960 are: President, Elizabeth White; Vice-President, Moll 
Sue Creech; Librarians, Linda Latham and Elizabeth Triplett. 



Mrs. Geraldine Cate 
Director 




The Ensemble is made up of 
girls who have a special in- 
terest in voice. These girls put 
in many hours of extra prac- 
tice each week in preparation 
for the programs that they 
present twice a year in the 
Glee Club concerts. 

First rote, left to ric/ht : Betty Ferguson. Diane Blanton, Susanne Bowles. Jo Ann 
Smith, Anne Ba.skerville, Jeanne Stinnett, Linda Latham. Second row: Bobbie 
Fletcher, Linda Ramsay, Vista Edwards, Ann Cameron Bowman, Ann Swindell. 
Sue Creech. 

First row, left to rir/ht: Kathy I.ivas. Margaret Glenn, Elizabeth Triplett, Sue Creech. Elizabeth White. Linda 
Latham. Anne Baskerville, Nancy Heath, Jeanne Stinnett. Second roxc: Frances Jones. Jean Flanagan, Marty Hamil- 
ton. Susanne Bowles, Jo Ann Smith, Martha Temple. Julia Miller. Third ro-w : Robbin Causey. Margaret Gardner, 
Rebecca Hints. Ann Swindell, Kee Wheeless, Daphne Connelly. Fourth row: Diane Blanton. Fay Fakler, Barbara 
Fletcher, Nancy Baum, Arden Fobes, Ann Heath. Fifth row: Virginia McKimmon. Linda Ramsay. Mary Brodie 
Jones, Vista Edwards, Susan Purdie, Betty F'erguson. Ann Bowman. 



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First row, left to right: Frances Holton, Jackie Baublitz. Susan Purdie, Betsy Nichols, Joanna Dayvault, Susan 
Murphey. Mary-Anne Carter, Lili Ridenhour. Forrest Williamson. Second row: Blanche Homier, Gay Davis, Jane 
Tarlton. Susan Sawyer, Kay Land, Ann Cameron Bowman, Tolcr Yates, Frances Jones, Julie Dayvault. 



V.W.C.A. Officers, left to right: Elizabeth 
White, Vice-President; Tucker Walker, 
President; Lou Pittman, Secretary-Treas- 
urer. 




The Young Women's Christian As- 
sociation is an organization devoted 
to service to the needy. The club is 
non-denominational, and its members 
organize visits to the State School for 
the Blind, Old People's Home, and 
the Orphanage. This organization is 
concerned with other such projects, 
and many benefits are derived from 
its Christian service. 



The Canterbury Club is a service or- 
ganization composed of members of 
the Episcopal Church and other inter- 
ested students. It functions as a media 
for the gathering of students from 
various colleges in Raleigh for the 
purpose of Christian fellowship and 
study. 




Canterbury Club Officers. Seated: Em Nel- 
son, President; Standing: Becky Bullock. 
Vice-President; Phincy Huntt, Secretary. 



Left to right: Jeanne Stinnett, Cynthia Nixon, Margaret Gardner, Em Nelson, Arden Fobes, Becky Bullock, Phiney 
Huntt. 




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Left to right: Nancy Seigling, Tucker Walker, Anne Battle, Martha 
Taylor, Dade Wall, Leslie Redding, Caroline Ashford, Blanche Bonner, 
Mary Richard Chambers, Mary Chiles, Lou Pittman, Susan Fleming. 
Jeanne Stinnett, Betsy Nichols. 



The members of the Doctofi 
Daughters' Club are girls whoa 
fathers are doctors. Their aim is t 

help those people who are less forty. 
nate than themselves. As projects dm 
ing the year, the girls give baskets I 
fruit to needy families, among othc 
things. 

DOCTOR'S 

DAUGHTERS' 

CLUB 



GRANDDAUGHTERS' CLUB 

The Granddaughters' Club is made up of students whose 
mothers or grandmothers attended St. Mary's. These girls 
sell St. Mary's address books before Christinas Holidays as 
their chief project. They also make an annual contribution 
to the St. Mary's Loyalty Fund. The club is directed by the 
Alumnae Secretary. 



First roic, left to right: Nan Dameron, Lila Laxton, Betty Latta, Martha Taylor. Webber Bell. Betty Wallin. Phiney 
Huntt, Emily Anderson, Mary Moore, Anna Cay Henry, Elizabeth White, Margaret Atkinson. Rebecca Hines. Mary 
Llewellyn Phillips, Haynes Walker. Second row: Nancy Seigling, Blanche Bonner. Frances Jones. Almira Bruton. 
Betsy Dunn, Georgia Saunders, Caroline Ashford, Clee Fletcher, Mary-Anne Carter. Gave Davis. Beth Freeman. 
Elizabeth Matherson, Betty Lynch, Third rote: Genie Glover, Sally Stevens, Toler Yates, Mollie Dewey. Florence 
Nash, Tennys Bowers, Mary Chiles, Mary Neal Bolch, Hannah Wright. Madge Gregory. Virginia McKimmon. Mary 
Brodie Jones, Sally Leach, Winston Conner, Harriet Houston. Tucker Walker. Jo Anna Watkins. Julia Worth. Betty 
McLennan, Sheffield Wilson. Marv Marshall. Anne Metts. Mary Richard Chambers. Nelson Pemberton. Ruth Mills. 





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SENIOR LITTLE STORE 

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First row, left to right; Edith Bade, Linda Thomas, Julie Dayvault, Hannah Bell. Second rare: Frances Do 
Jane Jordan, Mary Neal Boleh, Betty Separks, Elizabeth White, Kathy O'Lenie, Mary Ethel Edmondson. 
erine Sawyer, Diane Dickerson. 



"COLD CUTS" 



The Senior Little Store is the chief 
money-making project of the Senior 
Class. Sandwiches, candy, and crack- 
ers are sold several times a day and 
every night after study hall. A com- 
mittee made up of Senior girls is in 
charge of the store. 



The "Cold Cuts" is an organization 
composed of fourteen spirited girls. 
This group gives several concerts 
throughout the year with the aid of 
their rather original instruments. It 
is their purpose to promote school 
spirit and harmonious relationships on 
the campus. 




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First row, left to right: Lucy Milward, Webber Bell, Lynn Roberson, 
Kathy O'Lenie. Second row: Mary Neal Bolcli. Virginia Anderson, 
Judee Metcalfe, Frankie Davis. Third rare: Gail Allen, Margaret 
Turner. Florence Nash. Hannah Bell, Frances Douglass. Nan Dameron. 




DANCE MARSHALS 



The Dance Marshals are composed of a representa- 
tive from each class, and are headed by the Chief 
Dance Marshal, the Senior representative. These 
girls are responsible for planning the dances held at 
school and helping make them successful. The Dance 
Marshals this year arc Caroline Clark, Chief; Erwin 
Parrott, Cydne Wright, and Jane Todd. 



ASSEMBLY CHAIRMAN 

Barbara Fletcher is Assembly Chairman tli 
year. She has presented interesting and infor- 
mative programs throughout the year which 
lave proved enjoyable to everyone. 




FIRE CAPTAIN 

Susan Murphy is our Fire Captain. She is in charge of 
all fire drills, making sure that they run smoothly an< 
keeping order (luring drills. 



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YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB 






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OFFICERS OF THE Y.D.C. 

Le/'i (o right: Barney Walker, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Pat McDaniel, President; Jane 
Moore, Secretary. 



Left to right: Jane Tarlton, Marjorie Bryan, Martlia Pat Bell, Jane 
Moore, Barney Walker, Susan Keel. Caroline Asht'ord, Frances Jones. 



The members of the Young Republicans 
Club learn more about past and present poli- 
tics, especially in the Republican Party. 
These spirited young Republicans have inter- 
esting speakers, and many programs which 
are held in the hut. 



OFFICERS OF THE Y.R.C. 

Left to right: Louise Pryor, Secretary; 
Ginger Hayes, President; Gail Allen, Vice- 
President. 




YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB 



The purpose of the Young Demo- 
crats Club is to stimulate interest in 
politics, and to learn more about the 
Democratic Party. This club has 
many speakers, and programs, which 
help to promote better Democrats for 
the future. 



Sitting: Ginger Lang, Grey Watkins, Frankie Davis, Webber Bell. 
Standing : Anne Ridenbour, Sally Quillian, Lucy Milward, Marga- 
ret Turner, Molly Dewey, Gail Allen, Mary Chiles, Hannah Bell, 
Virginia Anderson, Katby O'Lenie. 




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Grey Watkins 




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Susan Fleming 




Marietta Northrop 




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Kafhy O'Lenic, Vice-President; Hannah Bell, President 



Diane Dickerson 




Frankie Davis 




Ginger Lang 



Carol Tadlock 




Gene Birdsong 




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First row, left to right: Edith Alston. Dabney Johnston, Frances Douglass, Betsy Nichols. Ann Hauser. Second 
row: Amelia Yancey. Madge Gregory, Frankie Davis, Ann Campbell, Caroline Clark. Webber Bell. Hannah Bell. 
Third row: Carol Tadloek, Peggy Pegues, Mary Neal Bolch. Winston Conner, Ann Ryder, Susan Dodd. Lucv Mil- 
ward, Florence Nash. 




LETTER CLUB 



The Letter Club, St. Mary's athletic or- 
ganization, promotes good sportsmanship 
among the students and plans sports activities 
for the year. A student must have an accumu- 
lation of 100 [joints or be on two all-star teams 
in order to belong to the Letter Club. 



Frances Douglass, President 



ORCHESIS 



Orchesis is the modern dance organization 
at St. Mary's. The members arc instructed 
in choreography and dance techniques by Mrs. 
Doris Bailey. Each year Orchesis presents a 
Christmas program and the May Day 
pageant. 




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irst row, left to right: Frankie Davis, Betsy Nichols, Carol Tadlock, Erwin Parrott, Alice Wilson. Second rote: 
liane Dickerson, Pat Exum, Trisha Armstrong, Ginger Lang, Margaret Midyette, Dee Dee Keyes. Third row: 

igan. Hadley Morgan, Madge Gregory. 



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First row, left to right; Cindy Craven, Vicki Taylor, Ann Campbell, Lila Laxton, Margaret Atkinson. Salli Harper. 
Second row; Margaret Midyette, Peggy Patton. Winston Conner, Florence Nash, Jo Ann Rochow. Third row: Chasie 
Allen, Ann Osterman, Nancy Siegling. Susan Dodd. 




SWIMMING CLUB 



The Swimming Club is an organization for 
students who arc interested in synchronized 
swimming and water ballet. Under the direc- 
tion of Miss Jane Lloyd this group presents a 
water ballet each spring. 



Florence Nash, President 



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Gather the group together 



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Act completely spastic 




Party party party 



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Eat those delicious Sunday bags 




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FEATURES 



SENIOR 




Style 
MELINDA MESSER 



SUPERLATIVES 




Versatility 
HANNAH BELL 



SENIOR 




Talent 
CAROL TADLOCK 



SUPERLATIVES 




Wit 
FRANKIE DAVIS 



School Spirit 
POLLY FULKERSON 



Dependability 
BETTY LATTA 



OUTSTANDING 




WEBBER BELL 

Dependable and enthusiastic, Webber has proven 
her ability to lead others by her outstanding 
achivements as President of the Senior Class. She 
is loved and admired by all who know her, and her 
contributions to St. Mary's will always be re- 
membered. 



BLANCHE BONNER 

In her sincere and conscientious way Blanche is 
willing to do any job given her, and to do it well. 
She has done much for St. Mary's, and certainly 
deserves to be named one of the most outstanding 

members of the Senior Class. 




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GIRLS 




BEVERLY BUNN 

Her winning smile and sincere friendliness have 
made "Bunn" loved by all who know her. She has 
been a leader of the student body and a sympa- 
thetic friend to each student, making of herself a 
true example of St. Mary's spirit. 



POLLY FULKERSON 

St. Mary's is truly fortunate to have so dignified 
and capable a leader. Polly's leadership, her 
sterling character, and her interest in others are 
only a few of the characteristics which have made 
her respected and admired by all. 





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OUTSTANDING 




ANN HAUSER 

As a leader of the student body Ann has been 
outstanding in every way. Her sparkling per- 
sonality and her enthusiasm have won many 
friends, for "to know her is to love her." 




BETTY LATTA 

Leadership, character, and school service, together 
with a personality which commands the respect 
of all who know her make Betty one of St. Mary's 
most outstanding girls. She lias given her best 
in service of her school. 




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MARTHA TAYLOR 

With relentless energy and hard work Martha has 
distinguished herself as a dependable and trust- 
worthy leader. Her high sense of honor is certain 
to make her a success in any endeavor. 




TUCKER WALKER 

Her high ideals and her sincere faith make Tuck 
admired by all who know her. In her gentle man- 
ner she excels in every phase of life at St. Mary's. 




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MARSHALS 



Marjorie Bryan, Chief Marshal; Hetty Copeland. 
Grey Watkins, Mollie Dewey, Bonnie Stone, Mary 
Chiles. 



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Caroline Clark 




Maid of Honor 
SHARON GATES 



Mollie Dewey, Betty Copeland, Hannah Hell. Bonnie Brinser. 



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Ann Osterman, Molly Cooper, Hannah Wright, Sophia Pike. 



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